Berkeley Law School student Josh Keesan got some attention recently for his album, "The Law of Rock, Vol. 1." "Put down your commercial outlines and treatises," says Josh’s website; "here, for the first time, you can learn complex legal doctrines through these digestible pop-rock gems:"
- Contributory Negligence
- Promissory Estoppel
- Raffles v. Wichelhaus
- Sherwood v. Walker
- Mens Rea
Attorney Larry Savell, a litigator, has also recently released a CD of "legal rock" songs, which he’s calling "The Lawtunes: Live At Blackacre." This follows three previous holiday-themed albums on legal topics and is still a good stocking-stuffer (if you have CD-sized stockings, at least). The CD includes a love song having to do with electronic discovery, and a new acoustic version of the song "Livin’ Life in Six Minutes."
The four LawTunes albums are available as a boxed set.
Link: Josh Keesan – The Law of Rock